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  • Hearing Aid Dog Named ‘Hook’ Dubbed ‘Hero’ at ASL Event in Rocklin

    ROCKLIN – Saturday was a day of celebration at William Jessup University as the American Sign Language (ASL) club hosted ‘ASL Day for All.’ According to William Jessup University’s website, the entire event was deaf accessible and the point of the event was to bring together the Deaf and Hearing communities for a “fun day to support the use of ASL for all ages.” The event included sign language workshops, activities and raffles to raise money for deaf children’s camps. […]

  • Apartment Complex Catches Fire While Still Under Construction

      MANTECA – An apartment complex off Highway 120 in Manteca caught fire Sunday morning. Manteca Fire Department responded to the structure fire at Van Ryn Avenue and Atherton Drive along with neighboring agencies. It took the collaboration of the Manteca, Stockton, Lathrop, Ripon and Tracy fire departments to help put out the blaze. “I saw ashes everywhere and then and when I drove by I saw everything up in flames. From both sides of the building just smoke shooting […]

  • Protesters Gather to Show Disappointment in Trump’s Airstrikes on Syria

     SACRAMENTO – Protestors gathered in Midtown Saturday to show their disapproval of U.S. involvement in Syria. Dozens chanted and held signs to demonstrate their disappointment in President Trump’s decision to use military force in Syria without first letting international organizations confirm the chemical attacks. The protestors fear the U.S. getting more involved in the Syrian civil war and believe it will only lead to more bloodshed. Syrian-American, Suzan Boulad is one of few with firsthand knowledge of the now seven-year […]

  • Two Whitney High School Students Thwart Possible School Shooter in Florida

    ROCKLIN – Two students at Whitney High School in Rocklin may have thwarted a potential school shooter in Florida. Earlier this month, Buster Carlson and Jacob Halley were browsing YouTube when they came across a comment that read: “I want to be a professional school shooter.” The comment went on to name J.P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs, Florida. Taravella high school is only five miles from Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 students were killed by a […]

  • ‘Walk to Remember’ Held in Honor of Fallen Veteran

    ELK GROVE — A ‘Walk to Remember’ was held in Elk Grove Saturday morning that honored fallen veterans. Many gathered at Elk Grove Regional Park to remember their loved ones that were killed in combat. Nine years ago, Sgt. First Class Bryan Hall and four of his comrades were killed in action in Iraq. Hall’s sister, Kristi Donelli, put together a 5K walk in his honor and for all dealing with the loss of a loved one due to war. […]

  • Alligator Spotted in Camden Lake in Elk Grove

    ELK GROVE  — An alligator has been spotted in an Elk Grove neighborhood lake earlier this week. People who live in the neighborhood surrounding Camden Lake enjoy a rich variety of wildlife but it seems an unwelcome guest has taken up residence there. Several people have reported seeing the gator over the past few days and neighbors say they have seen a decrease in the number of ducks and geese at the lake. Sharon Anderson, the Camden Neighborhood Association President, […]

  • Rally at the State Capitol in Response to the CDC’s New Guidelines on Opioids

    SACRAMENTO — Dozens came out to the State Capitol on Saturday to say to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), “don’t punish pain,” in response to the CDC’s new guidelines for opioid prescriptions. Many at the rally who were impacted by the CDC’s new rules say their medical providers are no longer offering opioids to treat their pain. They say they are not a part of the opioid abuse epidemic and that the CDC ignored them when setting up the […]

  • Stockton Church Beginning to Rebuild After Fire Destroys Building

    STOCKTON — A church is in the process of rebuilding after a five-alarm fire devastated the structure in Stockton. Exactly one month after the fire, members of the New Beginnings Deliverance Center gathered Sunday at Aspire Apex Academy for an all-you-can-eat soul food buffet to raise money to rebuild the church. Nearly 200 people were there when FOX40 arrived. Though members have been searching for a new church home, the church is still holding services in different locations. However, the […]

  • Early Morning Car Fire in Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento Fire Department responded to an early morning car fire in South Sacramento on Friday. Engine 57 arrived and extinguished the fire that started in the driver area of the vehicle. No injuries were reported.